2020 Porsche Panamera vs 2020 BMW 7 Series
2020 Porsche Panamera 2020 BMW 7 Series
Top Speed
  164 mph 130 mph
Infotainment Display
  12.3-in. touchscreen 10.25-in. touchscreen
Fuel Capacity
  23.7 gal. 20.6 gal.

2020 Porsche Panamera vs 2020 BMW 7 Series

Serving Brentwood, TN

Porsche and BMW are both coveted luxury brands that may appeal to you, but you can only take one new car home. Through your search for a full-size luxury sedan, you may be torn between the 2020 Porsche Panamera and the 2020 BMW 7 Series. Despite being categorized in the same automotive class, these premium cars are worlds apart in terms of the experience that they deliver.


The Porsche Panamera is a four-passenger sedan with the athletic distinction that you expect from this popular brand. It reflects many Porsche family traits, such as a reliable, horizontal stance with a fastback-like profile and a pointed nose. The headlights recline over well-designed fender haunches. The 2020 BMW 7 Series takes a different approach to its styling. It has a rounded nose with a classic, BMW-branded grille. The profile has the traditional look of a sedan. The surfaces on the exterior of the 7 Series are mostly smooth.


For 2020, the Panamera has two center consoles to provide functions for the sound system, climate management system, and other passengers' features in both rows. The front console has a modest angle, a black finish, and numerous functional buttons to control its performance. Additional features include an analog clock, a heads-up display, Bluetooth tech, and more. Inside the BMW 7 Series sedan for 2020, the rear row of seats is divided by a console with a touch display screen. In the front, the color display screen sits on top of the dashboard, and the climate control system's interface floats over the center console.


With high expectations for your new sedan's performance abilities, you may be excited to learn that the Panamera for 2020 is available in several powertrains. Their abilities span between 325 and 602 horsepower. The 7 Series for 2020 has a 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine as its base powertrain, and a few other engine styles are available.

The Porsche of Nashville team is available to show off our inventory of Panamera models to you during your next visit. Contact us today to plan your test driving experience.